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Frankowski, Bjornsen set blistering pace at Bird Ridge Sunday; Lamoreaux stellar times two

ROSIE FRANKOWSKI AND ERIC BJORNSEN RACED FAST AND FURIOUS YESTERDAY, BOTH WINNING AT THE ROBERT SPURR MEMORIAL HILL CLIMB. FRANKOWSKI’S TIME OF 43 MINUTES, 53 SECONDS WAS THE FOURTH FASTEST EVER, AND PUT HER IN THE BOOKS WITH ALL-TIME GREAT NANCY PEASE AS THE ONLY TWO WOMEN TO BREAK THE 44 MINUTE BARRIER. HANNAH LAFLUER WAS SECOND, THREE MINUTES BEHIND FRANKOWSKI. BJORNSEN TRAVELED UP THE BIRD RIDGE IN 37:28, THE FIFTH-FASTEST TIME EVER.  HE WAS FOLLOWED BY LUKE JAGER. JACK’S RUN, A HALFWAY RACE FOR KIDS, WAS WON BY ADEN ELSBERG AND NOWELLE SPENCER.

SATURDAY PROVED TO BE TWICE AS NICE FOR JASON LAMOREAUX. THE 40 YEAR OLD WON THE “WHY NOT TRI” TRIATHLON IN WASILLA IN THE MORNING, THEN TOOK THE TOP SPOT IN THE AFTERNOON’S HATCHER PASS HILL CLIMB BIKE RACE. AMBER STULL TOOK THE WOMEN’S TRIATHLON TITLE, AND TAMRA KORNFIELD WAS THE TOP FINISHER FOR WOMEN AT HATCHER PASS.



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